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Maybe you have tried many things but still don't think that you feel as you should or maybe you have been advised to cut down on dairy products or maybe you are considering it or at least to see what might happen or if you may feel better by attemping it?
So what if you tried it before? We hope this may help 'particularly if' you are already using skimmed or semi-skimmed milk, if you have not yet attempted to make a transition but want to and are using full fat milk, it may require a few attempts. Slowly but surely. And we know it certainly would never mean that we dislike glorious cows.
Soya milk or regular milk? I have found that whilst in some places soya milk can be more expensive per 4 pints, if you look around in some places and not always in the milk aisle or the refridgerated areas in some stores that a less expensive brand can be found, sometimes near powder milks or even near teas and coffees. It's a bit like advertising a red car on a market site, do you advertise it as a red car or in automobiles. Sure it may be an odd question for some. I have found that soya milk can be great on cereals but some brands definitely not so nice in tea and coffee, it can look like separated milk and bitty too and make even coffee taste powdery but somehow stronger too. If you usually purchase a 4 pinter or bigger, with soya milk you will probably drink less of it anyway but as I said, on unsweetened cereals it's nice. You canould or maybe you have been advised to cut down on dairy products or maybe you are considering it or at least to see what might happen or if you may feel better by attemping it?
I have tried the very least expensive instant coffee also with soya milk, the taste is unusual but it draws out the raw coffee flavour?
You can and so much may really enjoy it!
There may be other thoughtful ways to support farmers in future and it's not like it's set in stone across the board.
If though, ask yourelf that if you get to a shop and they are out of milk what would you go for?
If whole fat cows milk was the only milk on the shelf.
Some cannot tolerate a full fat milk anyway but if you have been on Regenprotec for more than say 4 months, it will not harm you to get a couple of pints, then switch back. Or, if you have switched from whole fat milk and are apprehensive though i hope you will have a confidence by now, maybe go and find another shop 'temporarily' at least if you can. If you switched, two pints could be considered as a break if you have stuck to your routine rigorously but obviously if you have been advised by a GP or Health Advisor or Consultant to avoid dairy products, then you must!
Maybe even look at some of the low fat powder milk alternatives in case you run out again. And yes, its ok on cereals too but wait a fair while, do a chore or if you haven't already, brush your teeth or make some coffee or tea first to let the cereal soak it up.